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three to 67 under obama, with every major step she had to do something with the federal government? i found that insulting. we need to put out an alternative to that that will speak to women. the key is targeting these different segments and recognizing it is a different bloc. and meeting women where they are. use the technology that women are using. speaking to the professors and their peers and meet them where they are. >> on a similar front, at 23.da, you ran what you think could be done or what would be your device to give more young women to run for office? programs like this are important because they doingse people likekarin wonderful work, elected officials that are probably my age that are around in the country. it seems to me the most important thing for me is that somebody actively encourages someone to take that step as a young woman. ofause there have been rafts studies done about corporate involvement, all of these sectors. what they always say is with women, despite all things being equal -- they are qualified, intelligent, capable, accomplished -- we do tend to our qua
for president obama who is back at the white house this morning. defense secretary chuck hagel meets with reporters this hour. he could face questions about cutting military aid to egypt. lawmakers are divided on that. >> when we threaten something, as we did that we could cut off aid, the administration did, and then not do it then you lose your credibility and you influence. >> i don't think you throw the baby out with the bath water. egypt's an important country. i think we have to be very, very careful before we willy-nilly just cut off aid. >> bill plante is at the white house. >> reporter: president obama would prefer to focus on the economy today. he's got a meeting with financial regulators leaders this morning western time. but he can't avoid the problems in egypt. the state department has now begun taking steps to withhold economic aid. that's only about 200 million of the 1.5 billion that egypt gets annually from the u.s. the rest of course is for the military. and that comes as congressional criticism of the response continues to grow. lawmakers have
of president obama's healthcare reform law, which will require all americans to have health insurance. >>> it's 6:07 now. bay area commuters could be on the verge of another transit strike. by more than a two-to-one margin, transit workers voted against a deal that would have given them a nearly 10% pay raise and improved health and safety conditions. negotiators reached the agreement with management 12 days ago, an hour before they were set to go on strike. union officials say the negotiating committee is discussing what to do next. >>> the threat of the strike comes as b.a.r.t. workers still haven't agreed to a new contract. a judge ordered a 60-day cooling-off period last weekend which delayed the possibility of another strike until october. both sides last met on august 10th. b.a.r.t. officials and union leaders say they remain far apart on many issues, including pay and benefits. >>> the driver of a ford pickup involved in a hit-and-run that killed a man in san jose remains on the loose this morning. it happened near harriet avenue saturday night. ashes from police flares were still visi
friendship? >> president obama condemned the violence this past week. many in washington worry that the military will force the muslim brotherhood under ground. >> even though they started this, we can't support what the military is doing in response. >> the bay area dozens of people gathered to protest that military rally. they're against the coup and saying hundreds of innocent are dieing. >> the thing from yesterday, and that was the call for this day, is to stand up for humanity. people have been dieing. >> according to independent news reports, more than 850 people dies just since last wednesday in protests with the military. >> the chp needs your help tonight. a fatal collision happened last night in san jose. sheryl herd is rival with more for us. >> reporter: police say they really need your help on this because they have very little to go on. they're looking for a ford pick up, and they say it's in connection with a fatal crash. it happened at 8:45 last night. one person told her neighbor she heard something, and the next thing she knew there was a man dead on the grou
. >>> as the death toll mounts, so does pressure from capitol hill with more and more congressmen calling for obama to cut off aid. >> we can't support the reaction from the military. >> retains the force saying the egyptian military is necessary because it keeps the peace and provides safe passage through the canal. >> there are no good choices in egypt. but of the two, there's more opportunity to protect american interests if we work with the military. >> the u.s. and roughly $1.5 billion to egypt each year with all of it going directly to the military. cbs news, washington. >> diplomates are gathering this morning to discuss possible action in response to the crisis in egypt. >>> a demonstration here in san francisco included both opponents. but all were protesting the brutal government crack down. some have lost family members in the violence. >> we have another friend who lost his partner who was a silicon valley entrepreneur and a founder of a company here and we have another friend who lost two cousins. >> some of yesterday's protestors say the government is trying to minimize the number of
obama's approach. but some republicans, including senator john mccain, are calling for the elimination of military aid. other republicans, such as congressman peter king, are more hesitant. >> a volcano in japan is erupting and sending a thick cloud of ash over a nearby city. this is mount sakurajima, it started blowing its top yesterday. you can see it spewing thick ash into the sky. however residents are used to this sort of thing. this is one of the most active volcanos in japan. its reported that this is the 500th eruption so far this year, and the biggest since 2000. >> an elderly woman is lucky to be alive after a pick up slammed into her petaluma home. it happened early yesterday morning on cleveland avenue near bodega avenue. emergency crews found a full-size pickup truck had smashed through the front door and destroyed the living room. the woman was in bed in a back bedroom listening to music at the time of the crash. she was was shaken but not injured. the driver of the truck took off from the crash. c-h-p says they still have no suspects at this time. >> the time 7:20 a.m..
are encouraging president obama to stop giving aid to the military. as kyla campbell reports from our washington, d.c. newsroom, the u.s. gives egypt $1.5 billion a year. kyla? >> reporter: and $1.3 billion of that goes to the egyptian military. john mccain and lindsey graham are leading the charge to cut off the military. they are using deadly force on protest, many unarmed. the u.s. helps egypt because it's one of two countries that made peace with israel. if washington pulls the aid it could affect prospects in the middle east. on friday, president obama called on joint military exercises with egypt scheduled for next month. but some republicans want to take it further and cut off aid. >> when we threaten something as we did that we could cut off aid, as the administration did, and not do it, then you lose your credibility and your influence. >> reporter: defense secretary chuck hagel is scheduled to speak in 30 minutes. we don't know if he will take questions from reporters about egypt. i will be watching his reports live and have developments for you at 8:15. kyla campbell, ktvu channel 2
lifetime jie. he served every president from eisenhower to obama and working as a head store keeper. >> what are the items popular among presidents over the years. >> i know 41 didn't like broccoli. broccoli could not be served at the white house. >> one of hamilton's proudest moments was during the most painful period in american history. >> what was it like being a black man in the white house during the civil rights movement? >> it was very hard. they were promoting some people and not promoting blacks. >> so hamilton gave the white house an ultimatum. on behalf of the black butler staff they wanted more pay or they wouldn't work at a state dinner. >> we are not working at the state dinner. this is the only way we will get a raise. then two days later we got our raise. >> oprah winfrey was uhed by their cornel. >> the grace and nobility it took to do that and to hold your head up every day, i just have a greater sense of pride for those men in that time. >> a time hamilton says he will never forget, five decades of white house memories. abc news, washington. >>> a sunday street c
that would happen in my lifetime jie. he served every president from eisenhower to obama and working as a head store keeper. >> what are the items popular among presidents over the years. >> i know 41 didn't like broccoli. broccoli could not be served at the white house. >> one of hamilton's proudest moments was during the most painful period in american history. >> what was it like being a black man in the white house during the civil rights movement? >> it was very hard. they were promoting some people and not promoting blacks. >> so hamilton gave the white house an ultimatum. on behalf of the black butler staff they wanted more pay or they wouldn't work at a state dinner. >> we are not working at the state dinner. this is the only way we will get a raise. then two days later we got our raise. >> oprah winfrey was uhed by their cornel. >> the grace and nobility it took to do that and to hold your head up every day, i just have a greater sense of pride for those men in that time. >> a time hamilton says he will never forget, five decades of white house memories. abc news, washington
from capital hill with congressmen calling on president obama to suspend aid. >> the president retains support saying the military is necessary. because it keeps the peace with israel and provides safe passage through the canal. >> tlr no good choices. of the two, i think there's more opportunity to protect american interests if we work with the military. >> the u.s. sends roughly 1.5 address billion to egypt each year with all of it going directly to the military. cbs news, washington. >> european foreign ministers say they will decide what to do with the $7 billion in grants and loans promised. >>> an elderly man was robbed at life point here on the 77th avenue. the man who turns 80 this year was stabbed twice in the stomach and chest. he is in stable condition. the suspect got away with 10 odds. >>> three separate shootings saturday led to one death and 7 injuries. no arrests have been made. >>> patrick fair was one of the shooting victims shot in the lower leg on saturday. the incident started as a car break in across from the salon where he works. neighbors gave chase and recovere
to govern the country for long. the obama administration is weighing it's response. the state department putting a hold on economic aid to the government. but no change yet to critical military aid, though that could come. >> there's other strategic issues here including the safety and stability of israel. >> the u.s. faces a tough choice. stick with its long-time ali, which claims it needs support now more than ever to fight terrorism, or back away. while washington appears to be wavering, saudi arabia, kuwait, the ua and jordon have all come out strongly in support of egypt's military. >>> richard engle, thanks so much. a team from the united nations is in syria's capitol this morning to investigate the use of chemical weapons. they accused each other of using chemical weapons while denying it themselves. the u.n. team is expected to be there for about two weeks. >>> the first family is back in washington this morning after a nine-day vacation on martha's vineyard. they arrived back at the white house late last night. the president spent most of his vacation out of private view. today
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